LOS ANGELES - Evan Phillips, a closer for the Los Angeles Dodgers, appears to be the latest professional athlete targeted by thieves.
During the Dodgers' short-lived playoff run, TMZ reported Phillips’ home was burglarized while the team was away in Arizona.
Law enforcement sources told the entertainment news outlet a suspect gained entry into the home after they smashed a rear window. Overall, the bandit got away with an estimated $10,000 in jewelry and cash.
No arrests have been announced by officials and the investigation is ongoing.
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